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    Canada’s Growing Jihadi Cancer

    Ignore growing Muslim fundamentalism and extremism in Canada at your peril. That’s the message an increasingly vocal number of moderate and secular Canadian Muslims and counterterrorism experts want to send to the United States and the rest of the world.


    The attention focused last week on the Ontario branch of al-Huda, the same religious school the San Bernardino killer Tashfeen Malik attended in Pakistan, is just one example of increasing Saudi-funded Islamic fundamentalism all over Canada.


    Radical mosques with reported ties to terrorist organizations have flourished in and around Toronto as well as in Montreal, while some politicians, including Canada’s new prime minister, Justin Trudeau, have been reluctant to constrain or even criticize these groups, defending them in the name of diversity and multiculturalism.
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    Truth or diversion?
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    4 foiled and 2 successful attacks (resulting in CF deaths within Canada), there is no diversion about this. Trudeau got blinders on.
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    Ignore growing Muslim fundamentalism and extremism in Canada at your peril. That’s the message an increasingly vocal number of moderate and secular Canadian Muslims and counterterrorism experts want to send to the United States and the rest of the world.
    US has to be the last country that is ignoring anything.

    The attention focused last week on the Ontario branch of al-Huda, the same religious school the San Bernardino killer Tashfeen Malik attended in Pakistan, is just one example of increasing Saudi-funded Islamic fundamentalism all over Canada.
    Seriously was there anything anybody could have done in this particular case ? nah. not a damn thing. Freak case. Heard they're referring to it as a public shooting.

    Radical mosques with reported ties to terrorist organizations have flourished in and around Toronto as well as in Montreal, while some politicians, including Canada’s new prime minister, Justin Trudeau, have been reluctant to constrain or even criticize these groups, defending them in the name of diversity and multiculturalism.
    Really ? thought after 9/11 these were all so infiltrated that the last place to do any plotting would be in a public place of worship.

    But he’s come under fire at home for what some see as pandering to the Muslim vote and an extreme political correctness. He has said he will revamp aspects of C-51, the controversial anti-terrorism bill that the Conservative Party enacted this year.
    Sounds familiar. Then 26/11 happened and whatever terrorism law we had that was removed because it led to abuses got quietly reinstated.

    “This is all a Saudi-funded cancer spreading across the world,” says Tarek Fateh, the controversial founder of the Muslim Canadian Congress who calls himself a secular Muslim. “At least those of us up in Canada understand it and understood it before 9/11. Americans have no idea. It’s going to hit them like a freight train.”
    huh ? what

    According to a July 2015 report in the Globe and Mail, the Saudi government is donating hundreds of thousands of petrodollars to finance new private Islamic schools in Canada or upgrade existing ones, often making to Canadian imams in charge of shabby mosques offers they can’t refuse.
    So much for low oil prices.

    There is one guy in Canada who might have some clue about this problem.

    http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/toront...n-gta-1.866827

    See, its ok listening to clerics, just make sure there is a variety of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Parihaka View Post
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    Truth or diversion?
    A bit of both.

    Diversity, multiculturalism, or Canada's welcoming of Syrian refugees are convenient scapegoats used for political mileage; they are implying as if non-immigrant, white Canadians are immune to being radicalized by this hateful and fundamentalist ideology.

    The two successful attacks in Canada were carried out by white, Francophone men, both converts to Islam. The failed pressure cooker bombers arrested in BC were again a white couple, both converts to Islam. Ofcourse, this doesn't mean that mosques should not be monitored; the Toronto18 show us why monitoring these centres is a necessity. However, to put this on the head of diversity or multiculturalism reeks of political opportunism. In the age of the internet, hateful ideologies don't need a visa to cross borders. It's this ideology which has to be fought, discredited and diluted. Evil, demented f*cks will remain evil, demented f*cks; the only thing that changes is their self justification.
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